Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: The Letter ‘A’

Patti, today’s Challenge host, writes:

In this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #126:  An Alphabet Challenge–Subjects That Begin with the Letter A, we invite you share images that feature a subject that starts with the letter A. You can also include signs and graffiti with the letter A. For an added challenge, capture an image that illustrates a concept with the letter A, such as alone, abstract, or afraid.

As a “bio-phile” and nature photographer, here are some wonderful subjects whose names begin with ‘a’ — arachnid, apple, Arboretum, atmosphere.

And some concepts: adoration……abundance……active.

Hoping your week is A-Okay! 

21 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: The Letter ‘A’

  1. Fabulous examples/photos for the Letter A, Priscilla. I love your atmospheric shots as well as your conceptual ones. That one of “adoration” is perfect! His expression is priceless.

  2. I really liked all your choices, especially the last two in the first set and the one of your son and his wife (?). I think I remember you posting about their wedding, but perhaps I’m confused. I like the shot anyway. 🙂

    janet

  3. Wow, it took me so long to think of words in English with the letter A and I couldn’t think of any of the ones you put…

    Love your nature serie and your adoration, abundance, active images… 🙂

    • Thanks, Tina. I am loving the fog in this temporal rain forest. It creates such beautiful light! I took that “atmosphere” photo on my way down the driveway to take the trash out. My driveway is a mile long…

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